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a nice move to the upside. the obama administration leaning on tech industry leaders to get them to help fix the problems with the healthcare.gov website. the three names jumping into the fray. lauren: they are jumping literally on wall street on news the administration and the text searches using engineers from the private sector to kind of fix the problems with healthcare.gov. this is what we know so far. the shares hit a new high today up 1041. the reliability engineer, that is what he is called from google, he will work with a general contractor of healthcare.gov. this guy can supposedly do everything, he is supposed to be really, really good. the engineer from red hat will be working with cgi to optimize the site. so finally we are seeing the administration for medicare and medicaid services. engineers who deal with this stuff every day to fix the problems they are having with that site. liz: lauren, thank you very much. let's get to the floor show. traders are watching the trading action today. let's keep it simple here, where are the floats, what are you seeing? >> if you are turn
think the public, you know, has to -- i mean, here's -- why are we bringing this up? the obama administration is now in this sort of overdrive mode. they're basically telling the public it's holding wall street accountable for its sins, and as you know, following the financial crisis not a single bank, not a single top bank executive really has been, none of them have been indicted or charged. liz: so they're on fox business started e-mailing in on the chime and saying where are the perp walks? >> i like eric, but he's technically wrong about that because there have been plenty of perp walks. steve cohen has not been charged, but michael steinberg -- liz: we did have that video of him -- >> that was a perp walk. matthew martoma. my point is, the bigger point i'm trying to make is there's some publicity value out of this. they're trying to conflate this with the financial crisis. they haven't indicted anybody for the financial crisis crime, and you heard him say this, he almost admitted it, no firm is too big, no bank is too big to go after -- liz: to jail. >> we are proving tha
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